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The Special Marriage Act of 1954 dictates a 30-day requirement for residency in India, which means that at least one party of the wedding has to be living in India for at least 30 days before applying to get married. You’ll have to prove it from a certificate issued by the local police station.

An expat or foreign national marrying an Indian citizen will need some additional paperwork, but doesn’t need to become a citizen of India in order to get married.

Additionally, India recognises foreign marriage certificates, so if you’ve gotten married abroad, you won’t need to legally register your marriage in India. Non-resident couples might choose to get legally married in their home country and then have a ceremonial blessing in India instead, as that is simpler.

The documentation required to get married in India will depend on the type of wedding you’re going to have. At a minimum, you’ll need the following documents in advance of your wedding day:

·         Proof of Residency and Address in India for at least 30 days prior to the application, for at least one of the parties

·         A valid passport for both parties

·         Original birth certificate for both parties

·         Visa or Ration Card for any foreign parties involved in the marriage that will last longer than 30 days, indicating your length of stay

·         Certificate of No Impediment/Single Status stating that you’re not already married

·         No Objection Letters stating that you willingly consent to the marriage, obtained through your home country’s embassy

·         Divorce Papers or Death Certificate if you’ve been previously married and divorced or widowed

·         Passport sized photographs

For a Catholic wedding, the bride and groom will obtain your ‘No Objection’ certificate from your parish priest that acknowledges the wedding and permits the couple to marry at a church in India. You also may need additional documentation, such as baptism certificates and confirmation certificates.



Foreign Nationals coming to India are required to possess a genuine and valid national passport or any other internationally recognized travel document establishing his/her nationality and identity and bearing photograph of the foreigner. Nepal and Bhutan nationals if entering India by land or air from the Nepal or Bhutan border respectively do not require a passport for entering into India. However, they are required to possess, authorized identity proof. Further if they are entering India from a place other than their own country then possession of their national passport is a must.

Different categories of Visas with specific endorsement of number of entries allowed and duration of stay in India are mentioned on the Visa depending upon request and subsequent decision of the Visa issuing authority.

Foreigners may also look for specific endorsement, if any, on the Visa for their guidance.

In case of any doubt, they may seek clarification from any of the Indian Missions abroad. Nationals of Nepal and Bhutan do not require Visa to enter India.  However, citizens of Nepal & Bhutan require a Visa when entering India from China.

A citizen of Maldives visiting India for a short period, upto 90 days, is exempt from the requirement of Visa, as a special case, provided he/she holds a valid Passport issued by, or on behalf of Government of Maldives.  This Visa free entry is allowed for the tourism purpose only.  The period of 90 days shall include any prior period of stay of such foreigner on Tourist Visa Sticker in India during a period of six months immediately preceding the date of his/her entry into India.
The Maldivians who want to visit India for a period of more than 90 days shall get Visa issued

A separate Visa regime exists for diplomatic/& official passport holders.


The rupee is the official currency in India.


There are 22 major languages in India, written in 13 different scripts, with over 720 dialects. The official Indian languages are Hindi (with approximately 420 million speakers) and English, which is also widely spoken.

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The climate is tropical, hot all year round, with a long dry and sunny season from early or mid-October to early June, and a rainy season due to the south-west monsoon, from June to September or early October, characterized by a stuffy weather, cloud cover and frequent rains, which occur almost every day and are sometimes torrential.

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The heart of Mumbai has some of the best and beautiful colonial architecture and if you venture out to the lesser known lanes, you will also come across several distinct bazaars, temples, fancy restaurants and a nightlife that is one of its kinds. Before Mumbai became the city hat it is now, it was a collection of seven islands which was eventually formed to form Bombay. There are several attractions in Mumbai that will leave you awe struck. A walk around the streets of Colaba or near Churchgate is enough for you get a glimpse of the colonial era buildings. Some of the many monuments that give Mumbai a British look and feel are Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus, flora Fountain, High Court, Taj Hotel, Gateway of India and also the Asiatic Society. These are just some of the many attractions that this city of dreams has.

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Juhu Beach is the most popular beach and the longest one in Mumbai. Gorai Beach, popular for being a good picnic spot. Girgaum chowpatty beach is in the south of Mumbai, part of the city life, it is surrounded by stores. Versova Beach is popular and famous because of their fish market.

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Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (IATA: BOM) (ICAO: VABB) is India's second busiest airport and one of the main international gateways to the country. Many international airlines such as British Airways, United, Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Lufthansa, Qantas, and Singapore Airlines, fly into Mumbai. Low-cost carriers also fly to the city.

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Being the business capital of India, markets abound in Mumbai. Be it Fashion Street, Chor Bazaar or Zaveri Bazar Mumbai offers quite wide ranges to the shoppers. Crawford Market is famous for flowers, fruits, meat and fish. A visit to Colaba and Flora Fountain (Hutatama Chowk) is recommended if you are good at bargaining. The Chor Bazaar which literally means a thieves’ market, is one of the largest flea markets in India. It was earlier called as Shor Bazaar, which means noisy market. It is popular for the sale of second hand goods, more than stolen goods. The area is full of crowded streets and one needs to be careful of pick-pockets. You can buy all kinds of goods at Chor Bazaar.

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A fabulous mix of music on the offering, food beneath the starlit open-air spaces to the delicious taste bites amidst the ground floor dim lights. An exclusive variety of wines to the shared six-pack crate of beers; Mumbai - has everything you could ask for. Anti-social is a premier live music venue in the city and has an impressive line-up of local and international artists. It has become an integral part of the Nightlife in Mumbai. Jazz, pop, electronic music to blues, it has covered everything. Hard Rock Cafe is another such spot located in Lower Parel, famous for its live music. RazzberryRhinoceros, after a four-year-long hiatus, has made a comeback and has soon caught up and made its way to be the best live music venue in the city with regular live rock, blues, and electronic music; this beautiful place attracts both local and tourists for an evening of some scintillating music.

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Shamiana was the first 24-hour coffee shop in Mumbai and it opened its door to the customers in 1973. The restaurant which once oozed an elitist colonial vibe has been restored into a more Indian-style eatery with drapes from Saurashtra and Rajasthan. Jaffer Bhai’s Delhi Darbar is a well-known destination amongst meat lovers in the city, but it is their delicious biryani that earns them a spot on our list of the best restaurants in Mumbai. Bastian is restaurant for true fans of seafood dishes. Here, chefs Kelvin Cheung and Boo Kwang Kim give simple seafood dishes a modern twist by adding a substantial dose of greens to them.

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River rafting, scuba diving, windsurfing, jet skiing and wake boarding.


Mumbai, a cosmopolitan metropolis, earlier known as Bombay, is the largest city in India and the capital of Maharashtra state. Mumbai was originally a conglomeration of seven islands on the Konkan coastline which over time were joined to form the island city of Bombay. The island was in turn joined with the neighboring island of Salsette to form Greater Bombay. The city has an estimated metropolitan population of 21 million (2005), making it one of the world's most populous cities. Mumbai is undoubtedly the commercial capital of India and is one of the predominant port cities in the country. Mumbai's nature as the most eclectic and cosmopolitan Indian city is symbolized in the presence of Bollywood within the city, the centre of the globally-influential Hindi film and TV industries. It is also home to India's largest slum population.

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